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Nikon d70s - Aperture/Manual Mode

Brian Tansey , Aug 07, 2006; 08:11 a.m.

I have a D70's - and this seems to be a recent developement.

No matter what lens I put on the Camera in both M & A mod- the camera defaults to F22 and will not shift from there no matter what adjustments I make.

That is in both A & M modes all I can get to change is the shutter speed.

What have I done wrong to end up with this problem?

Any ideas?

Bt

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Brian Tansey , Aug 07, 2006; 08:23 a.m.

Sorry I have confused myself here.

The only problem I have is that in M mode -that the F No defaults to F22 and I dont know how to change it.

Alan Olander , Aug 07, 2006; 12:23 p.m.

It won't change the aperture when you turn the sub-command dial?

c w , Nov 21, 2007; 11:02 p.m.

I have to say that I have been having a simular problem. When I am in manual mode I can't change the shutter speed just the ISO and the F stop. It's almost like it's frozen or something.

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